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QA TEST - Transform Your Future with UMUC in Hampton Roads


Get the skills, knowledge, and credentials you need to add real value on the job—now and in the future. A degree from University of Maryland University College will help you gain the confidence you need to stand up, stand out, and make a difference as you advance your military or civilian career.

Get started building a better future. Complete the form to your right to get more information on UMUC's undergraduate and graduate programs.

Develop Critical Skills and Build Confidence

Our undergraduate and graduate programs are designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to help you gain the confidence you need to advance in your military or civilian career. Find a new way to serve—start building a better future for you and your family.

  • Relevant coursework: Go beyond theory and learn practical applications that you can use immediately on the job.
  • Critical skills: Develop the foundational skills for professional success, such as written and oral communication, presentation skills, and teamwork.

Learn at a Military-Friendly State University

We know the military—more than half of UMUC students are active-duty servicemembers, veterans, military spouses, or military family members. And, we draw on that experience to make sure you have everything you need to succeed.

  • Dedicated military advisors: Many of our advisors served in the military themselves and can help you navigate benefits, services, and payment options.
  • Online and hybrid classes: UMUC offers flexible classes to accommodate your schedule and has more than 140 locations worldwide to serve you. And, our hybrid classes meet the VA's requirements for in-residence training and may qualify veterans for full monthly housing payments under the Post-9/11 GI Bill.
  • Resources specifically for veterans: Benefit from a wide range of resources for veterans, including VetSuccess on Campus and the Veterans Resource Center; a one-stop source designed to give you the support you need to succeed in school and in your career.
  • A respected degree: Stand out with a degree from an accredited state university and member of the University System of Maryland.

Meet, Manage, or Lower Your Education Costs

We'll help you find ways to cover the cost of your degree without breaking the bank.

  • Great ways to pay: Meet, manage, or lower your education costs with scholarships, financial aid for those who qualify, military benefits, and other financing and payment options.
  • Discounted tuition for federal employees: Federal employees and their spouses and dependents save up to 25 percent on out-of-state tuition and specialty graduate programs.2

Earn Nearly $1M more over your lifetime with a college degree1


of management jobs require or prefer a bachelor's degree or higher5


of jobs posted online each month require a bachelor's degree or higher6

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Hear one veteran describe how UMUC helped him make a successful transition.

"I came to UMUC to get a degree in networking. Instead, I discovered my passion for cyber security, and I've never looked back."

Scott Green
Undergraduate Cybersecurity Student

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